Venezuelan opposition
Due to US coercive measures, DirecTV’s operations suspended in Venezuela

The transmission of more than 300 TV and radio channels has been suspended, affecting the right to information of millions of Venezuelans

Genocide and military occupation: The five most important keys of the agreement executed between Guaidó and Silvercorp

Analysis by Misión Verdad of the contract between Silvercorp and the Venezuelan opposition which lays out their plan to overthrow Maduro and install a military occupation

Outsourcing ‘regime change’: US imperialism’s decomposition accelerates

On May 3rd a bunch of mercenaries, led by Rambo-like US soldiers of fortune attempted to disembark on the coastal town of Macuto in the La Guaira state in Venezuela’s Caribbean coast, in a so-called Operation Gedeon.

Venezuela arrests eight mercenaries part of “Operation Gedeon,” including two US citizens

Fisherman of the coastal town Chuao aided to capture and detain 8 mercenaries that planned to enter into Venezuela to carry out assassinations and eventually overthrow President Maduro

Trump sends gun boats to Venezuela while the world partners to fight a deadly pandemic

The Trump administration has used the fabricated narco-trafficking charges against Maduro and other officials as an excuse to intensify pressure on Venezuela

Colombian President Ivan Duque to be investigated over corruption and electoral fraud

Former congresswoman Aída Merlano revealed that Duque had knowledge that people bought votes to secure him the presidency in 2018

Guaidó is surprise guest at Trump’s State of the Union

Far-right opposition leader Juan Guaidó, who has been rapidly declining in legitimacy and support within Venezuela, attended Trump’s State of the Union Address

20 points to understand the drama of the right-wing opposition in Venezuela

João Pedro Stedile of the National Board of the Landless Rural Workers’ Movement of Brazil explains the conflicts within the Venezuelan opposition

Long live teleSUR!

Political leaders, journalists and social organizations across Latin America and the Caribbean have condemned far-right Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó’s threats to seize the left-wing media outlet teleSUR

Juan Guaidó threatens attack against teleSUR

Telesur was founded in 2005 in a collaborative effort between Venezuela, Uruguay, Nicaragua, Cuba and Bolivia, as an alternative to mainstream media narratives

Guaidó and supporters storm Venezuelan Parliament building

Luis Parra was elected as the new president of the National Assembly of Venezuela on January 5 but former president Juan Guaidó has refused to recognize the vote

Venezuela 2019: Yankees go home!

2019 saw a series of desperate attempts coordinated by the US to overthrow democratically elected president Nicolás Maduro and engender chaos in Venezuela, but the unity of the Venezuelan people and the strength of the Bolivarian Revolution persevered

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